Cancer screening is any method of looking for cancer before it causes symptoms and is easier to treat. Learn more about these procedures.
Yale Medicine doctors at our Survivorship Clinic give each patient a roadmap for their treatment and life after cancer.
Since breast cancer is far more prevalent in women than men, it's important for men to know the symptoms in order to get diagnosed at an early stage.
Doctors only diagnose cancer after ruling out other possible causes for symptoms and performing tests to check and double-check the diagnosis. Learn more about these tests.
Lynch syndrome is an inherited genetic disorder linked to an increased risk of developing cancer, often at a younger age in life—especially colorectal cancer, and, for women, endometrial cancer.
Stopping smoking makes cancer treatments more effective, lessens treatment complications, and decreases the chances of cancer returning.
Breast cancer is a disease in which cells in the breast grow erratically and turn into cancer. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
At your next large family gathering, talking about past cancer diagnoses throughout the family tree could provide valuable insight about possible risks of inherited cancers.
Tobacco dependence treatment and research are priorities at Yale Medicine; we offer new therapies and clinical trials to help people quit smoking.
Whether for screenings, diagnosis, or treatment for yourself or someone you care about, Yale Cancer Center offers multidisciplinary care.